INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
IM7014-1
February, 2016
Rev. 08
INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
For use with machine Part Number K60098-1, Code 76211 / K60098-3, Code 76213
Safety Depends on You
Lincoln arc welding and cutting
equipment is designed and built
with safety in mind. However, your
overall safety can be increased by
proper installation and thoughtful
operation on you part. DO NOT
INSTALL, OPERATE OR REPAIR
THIS EQUIPMENT WITHOUT
READING THIS MENUAL AND
THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
CONTAINED THROUGHOUT.
And, most importantly, think before
you act and be careful.
Copyright © 2015 The Shanghai Lincoln Electric Company
• World’s Leader in Welding and Cutting•
THE SHANGHAI LINCOLN ELECTRIC COMPANY
No. 195, Lane 5008, Hu Tai Rd. Baoshan, Shanghai, PRC 201907
www.lincolnelectric.com.cn
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INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
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notified immediately to the authorized dealer from whom you purchased the machine.
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Code & Serial Number can be found on the machine rating plate.
Model Name
□ Invertec® CC400-T
□ Invertec® CC400-TP
Code & Serial number
K60098-1
K60098-3
Date & Where Purchased
Authorized dealer’s shop
Declaration of conformity
THE SHANGHAI LINCOLN ELECTRIC COMPANY
Designed in conformance with the following norm:
GB15579.1
EN 60974-1
THE SHANGHAI LINCOLN ELECTRIC COMPANY
No. 195, Lane 5008, Hu Tai Rd. Baoshan, Shanghai, PRC 201907
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INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
SAFETY
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WARNING
ARC WELDING CAN BE HAZARDOUS. PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS FROM
POSSIBLE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY. PACEMAKER
WEARERS SHOULD CONSULT WITH THEIR DOCTOR BEFORE OPERATING.
BE SURE THAT ALL INSTALLATION, OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
PROCEDURES ARE PERFORMED ONLY BY QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS.
ELECTRIC AND
MAGNETIC FIELDS
may be dangerous.
1.a Electric current flowing through any conductor
causes localized Electric and Magnetic Field
(EMF). Welding current creates EMF fields
around welding cables and welding machines.
1.b EMF fields may interfere with some pacemakers,
and welders having a pacemaker should consult
their physican before welding.
1.c All welders should use the following procedures
in order to minimize exposure to EMF fields from
the welding circuit:
1.c.1 Route the electrode and work cables
together – Secure them with tape when
possible.
1.c.2 Never coil the electrode lead around your
body.
1.c.3 Do not place your body between the
electrode and work cables. If the electrode
cable is on your right side, the work cable
should also be on your right side.
1.c.4 Connect the work cable to the workpiece
as close as possible to the area being
welded.
ARC RAYS can burn.
2.a Use a shield with the proper filter and cover
plates to protect your eyes from sparks and the
rays of the arc. Headshield and filter lens should
conform to ANSI Z87. I standards.
2.b Use suitable clothing made from durable flameresistant material to protect your skin and that of
your helpers from the arc rays.
2.c Protect other nearby personnel with suitable,
non-flammable screening and/or warn them not
to watch the arc nor expose themselves to the
arc rays or to hot spatter or metal.
ELECTRIC SHOCK can
kill.
3.a The electrode and work (or ground) circuits are
electrically “hot” when the welder is on. Do not
touch these “hot” parts with your bare skin or wet
clothing. Wear dry, hole-free gloves to insulate
hand.
3.b Insulate yourself from work and ground using dry
insulation. Make certain the insulation is large
enough to cover your full area of physical contact
with work and ground.
In addition to the normal safety precautions,
if welding must be performed under
electrically hazardous conditions (in damp
locations or while wearing wet clothing; on
metal structures such as floors, grating or
scaffolds; when in cramped positions such
as sitting, kneeling or lying, if there is a high
risk of unavoidable or accidental contact with
the workpiece or ground) use the following
equipment:
 Semiautomatic DC Constant Voltage (Wire)
Welder.
 DC Menual (Stick) Welder.
 AC Welder with Reduced Voltage Control.
3.c In semiautomatic or automatic wire welding, the
electrode, electrode reel, welding head, nozzle or
semiautomatic welding gun are also electrically
“hot”.
3.d Always be sure the work cable makes a good
electrical connection with the metal being
welded. The connection should be as close as
possible to the area being welded.
3.e Ground the work or metal to be welded to a good
electrical (earth) ground.
3.f Maintain the electrode holder, work clamp,
welding cable and welding machine in good, safe
operating condition. Replace damaged
insulation.
3.g Never dip the electrode in water for cooling.
3.h Never simultaneously touch electrically “hot”
parts of electrode holder to two welders because
voltage between the two can be total of the open
circuit voltage of both welders.
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SAFETY
FUMES AND GASES
can be dangerous.
4.a Welding may produce fumes and gases
hazardous to health. Avoid breathing these
fumes and gases. When welding, keep your
head out of fume. Use enough ventilation and/or
exhaust at the arc to keep fumes and gases
away from the breathing zone. When welding
with electrodes which require special
ventilation such as stainless or hard facing
(see instructions on container or MSDS) or on
lead or cadmium plated steel and other
metals or coatings which produce highly
toxic fumes, keep exposure as low as
possible and below Threshold Limit Values
(TLV) using local exhaust or mechanical
ventilation. In confined spaces or in some
circumstances, outdoors, a respirator may be
required. Additional precautions are also
required when welding on galvanized steel.
4.b Do not weld in locations near chlorinated
hydrocarbon vapors coming from degreasing,
cleaning or spraying operations. The heat and
rays or the arc can react with solvent vapors to
form phosgene, a highly toxic gas, and other
irritating products.
WELDING SPARKS
can cause fire or
explosion.
6.a Remove fire hazards from the welding area. If
this is not possible, cover them to prevent the
welding sparks from starting a fire. Remember
that welding sparks and hot materials from
welding can easily go through small cracks and
openings to adjacent areas. Avoid welding near
hydraulic lines. Have a fire extinguisher readily
available.
6.b When not welding, make certain no part of the
electrode circuit is touching the work or ground.
Accidental contact can cause overheating and
create a fire hazard.
6.c Do not heat, cut or weld tanks, drums or
containers until the proper steps have been
taken to insure that such procedures will not
cause flammable or toxic vapors from subtances
inside. They can cause an explosion even
though they have been “cleaned”.
6.d Sparks and spatter are thrown from the welding
arc. Wear oil free protective garments such as
leather gloves, heavy shirt, cuffless trouses, high
shoes and a cap over your hair.
4.c Shielding gases used for arc welding can
displace air and cause injury or death. Always
use enough ventilation, especially in confined
areas, to insure breathing air is safe.
4.d Read and understand the menufacturer’s
instructions for this equipment and the
consumables to be used, including the material
safety data sheet (MSDS) and follow your
employer’s safety practices. MSDS forms are
available from your welding distributor or from
the menufacturer.
FOR ELECTRICALLY
powered equipment.
5.a Turn off input power using the disconnect switch
at the fuse box before working on the equipment.
5.b Install equipment in accordance with the national
standard, all local standards and the
menufacturer’s recommendations.
5.c Ground the equipment in accordance with the
national standards and the menufacturer’s
recommendations.
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CYLINDER may
explode if damaged.
7.a Use only compressed gas cylinders containing
the correct shielding gas for the process used
and properly operating regulators designed for
the gas and pressure used. All hoses, fittings,
etc. should be suitable for the application and
maintained in good condition.
7.b Always keep cylinders in an upright position
securely chained to an undercarriage or fixed
support.
7.c Cylinder should be located:
 Away from areas where they may be struck or
subjected to physical damage.
 A safe distance from arc welding or cutting
operations and any other source of heat,
sparks, or flame.
7.d Never allow the electrode, electrode holder or
any other electrically “hot” parts to touch a
cylinder.
7.e Keep your head and face away from the cylinder
valve outlet when opening the cylinder valve.
7.f Valve protection caps should always be in place
and hand tight except when the cylinder is in use
or connected for use.
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INSTALLATION
A-1
A-1
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS – INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
INPUT – THREE PHASE ONLY
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INVERTEC CC400-T/TP
Standard Voltage/Phase/Frequency
Input Power at Rated Output ( MMA )
380V ~ 415V(±10%)/3/50 or 60 Hz
17KW @ 60% Duty Cycle
RATED OUTPUT – DC ONLY
MODE
Duty Cycle
Amperes
Volts at Rated Amperes
MMA
60%
100%
400A
310A
36V
32.4V
TIG
60%
100%
400A
310A
26V
22.4V
Open Circuit Voltage
Welding Voltage Range
OUTPUT
MODE
Welding Current Range
MMA
10A ~ 400A
68V @380V Input
73V @415V Input
20.4 V ~ 36V
TIG
5A ~ 400A
68V @380V Input
73V @415V Input
10.2 V ~ 26V
RECOMMENDED INPUT WIRE AND FUSE SIZES
INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
Input
Voltage/
Frequency
(Hz)
Maximum
Input
Ampere
380/415V
30/28A
Maximum
Effective
Supply
Current
60°C Copper
Wire in
Conduct
Sizes
Fuse or
Breaker Size
(Super Lag)
Grounding
Conductor
Size
6mm2
40A
4mm2
23/22A
PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
480mm
350mm
730mm
34Kg
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INVERTEC CC400-T/TP
Temperature Range
Operating Temperature Range
Storage Temperature Range
-10°C ~ +40°C
-25°C ~ +55°C
For any maintenance or repair operation it is recommended to contact the nearest technical service center or directly
consult the machine division of the Shanghai Lincoln Electric. Maintenance or repairs performed by unauthorized service
center or personnel will void the menufacturer’s warranty.
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INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
INSTALLATION
A-2
A-2
refer to Figure A.1 on this page.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Read the entire installation section before starting
installation.
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill.
 Only qualified personnel should
perform this installation.
 Turn the input power OFF at the
main switch or fuse box before
working on this equipment. Turn
off the input power to any other equipment
connected to the welding system at the main
switch or fuse box before working on the
equipment.
 Do not touch electrically “Hot” parts.
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 Always connect the INVERTEC grounding lug
(located at the rear of the case) to a proper safety
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(Earth) ground. INVERTEC is for use on a 4 wire
system with earthed neutral.
Make sure the amount of power available from the input
connection is adequate for normal operation of the
machine. Refer to the Technical Specifications at the
beginning of this Installation section for recommended
fuse and wire sizes. Fuse the input circuit with the
recommended super lug fuse or delay type breakers.
Using fuses or circuit breakers smaller than
recommended may result in “nuisance” shut-offs from
welder inrush currents, even if the machine is not being
used at high currents.
SELECT SUITABLE LOCATION
This power source should not be subjected to falling
water, nor should any parts of it be submerged in water.
Doing so may cause improper operation as well as pose
a safety hazard. The best practice is to keep the machine
in a dry, sheltered area.
FIGURE A.1
CAUTION
The bottom of machine must always be placed on a
firm, secure, level surface. There is a danger of the
machine toppling over if this precaution is not taken.
Place the welder where clean cooling air can freely
circulate in through the back louvers and out through the
case sides. Water,dirt, dust or any foreign material that
can be drawn into the welder should be kept to a
minimum. Failure to observe these precautions can result
in excessive operating temperatures and nuisance
shutdowns.
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Locate the INVERTEC machine away from radio
controlled machinery. Normal operation of the welder
may adversely affect the operation of RF controlled
equipment, which may result in bodily injury or damage to
the equipment.
INPUT POWER AND GROUNDING
CONNECTION
WARNING
Only a qualified electrician should connect the input
leads to the INVERTEC®. Connections should be
made in accordance with the connection diagram.
Failure to do so may result in bodily injury or death.
Open the input box on the rear of the case. Use a threephase supply line, the three live wires should go through
the three holes of the input wire holder and be securely
clamped and fixed. Connect L1, L2, L3 and ground
according to the Input Supply Connection Diagram decal,
CABLECONNECTIONS
Connect electrode and work leads with sufficient size
between the proper output studs on the power source
and the electrode or the work. Be sure the connection to
the work makes tight metal to metal electrical contact.
Poor work lead connections can result in poor welding
performance.
To avoid interference problems with other equipment
and to achieve the best possible operation, route all
cables directly to the electrode and the work. Avoid
excessive lengths and do not coil excess cable.
Cable sizes are increased for greater lengths primarily for
the purpose of minimizing voltage drop in the cable.
Minimum work and electrode cable sizes are as follows:
TABLE A.1
Current (60% Duty Cycle)
Minimum Copper
Work Cable Size
Up To 30m Length
200A
30 mm2
300A
50 mm2
400A
70 mm2
Note: The recommended cable size may need to change
depending on its quality. When the rated current flow
goes through, the total voltage drop on the ground cable
and electrode cable must not exceed 4 volts.
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INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
OPERATION
B-1
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Read this entire section of the operating
instructions before operating the machine.
B-1
Note:
The machine’s welding output will be available after a
thermal protection shutdown.
WARNING
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill.
 Do not touch electrically live
parts or electrode with skin or
wet clothing.
 Insulate yourself from work and
ground.
 Always wear dry insulating gloves.
FUMES AND GASES can be
dangerous.
 Keep your head out of fumes.
 Use ventilation or exhaust to
remove fumes from breathing
zone.
WELDING SPARKS can cause fire
or explosion.
 Keep flammable material away.
 Do not weld on closed
containers.
The INVERTEC CC400-T/-TP is a 400A arc welding
power source that utilizes three phases input power, to
produce constant current output. The welding response of
this INVERTEC has been optimized for stick (SMAW) and
TIG (GTAW).
OPERATIONAL FEATURES AND
CONTROLS
FRONT PANEL (SEE FIGURE B.1)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
9
ARC RAYS can burn eyes and
skin.
 Wear eye, ear and body
protection.
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PLEASE SEE ADDITIONAL WARNING
INFORMATION AT THE FRONT OF THIS
OPERATOR’S MENUAL.
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DUTY CYCLE
The duty cycle of a welding machine is the percentage of
time in a 10 minute cycle at which the welder can operate
the machine at rated welding current.
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13
60% duty cycle:
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15
FIGURE B.1
Weld for 6 minutes
Break for 4 minutes
Excessive extension of the duty cycle may cause the
thermal protection circuit to activate.
THERMAL PROTECTION
The INVERTEC® machine is equipped with a thermal
protection device. When the machine has gone into
thermal overload, the output will be turned off and the
thermal indicator light will be turned “ON“. When the
machine has cooled to a safe temperature, the Thermal
Indicator Light will go out and the machine may resume
normal operation.
1. ON/OFF POWER SWITCH
Place the lever in the upside position to energize the
machine. When the power is on the output will be
energized in STICK mode.Thermal indicator and alarm
light will keep blinking for a while and fan will start to run.
2. PULSE FREQUENCY SELECTION
This knob is used for pulse frequency selection
(INVERTEC® CC400-T has no such selction)
3. CRATER MODE SELECTION
This knob is used for 2T/4T selection.
4. PARAMETER SELECTION
This knob is used for parameter selection.
5. MODE SELELCTION
This knob is used for welding mode selection.
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OPERATION
B-2
6. DIGITAL CURRENT DISPLAY METER
Parameter will be shown accordingly in the mode of
parameter seletion, actual current output will be shown in
other mode.
7. DIGITAL VOLTAGE DISPLAY METER
Parameter will be shown accordingly in the mode of
parameter seletion, actual voltage output will ben shown
in other mode.
B-2
This bracket securely holds the three phase power cables
in place.
18. GROUND CABLE CONNECTION
Connect the ground cable to the paint-free location on the
case back.
19. COOLED WATER INPUT TERMINAL
External water-cooled input connection.
20. PROTECTIVE GAS INPUT TERMINAL
External protective gas input connection.
8. PARAMETER STORAGE
This knob is used for parameter storage.
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9. PARAMETER TRANSFER
This knob is used for transfer of storage parameter.
10. PARAMETER ADJUSTMENT
This knob is used for parameters adjustment. If pulling
the Knob and adjusting at the same time, the value
changes at 10 times.
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11. COOLED WATER OUTPUT TERMINAL
Connect with inlet water joint of water-cooled torch when
using water-cooled torch.
12. PROTECTIVE GAS OUTPUT TERMINAL
Connect with hose joint of TIG torch.
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13.NEGATIVE OUTPUT TERMINAL
20
14. AMPHENOL SOCKET
This socket is used for remote control box connection.
Power source will automatically identify external controller.
Once connected with it, remote indicator will turn on and
transfer to external control status. Please see next
chapter in details.
Power Source
PIN
SIGNAL NAME
LEAD #
A
Output control pot L
77
B
Output control pot wiper
76
C
Output control pot H
75
D
Output control trigger return
2
E
Output control trigger
4
F
Ground lead ( case )
G2
15. POSITIVE OUTPUT TERMINAL
FIGURE B.2
DIP SWITCHES
INVERTEC® CC400-T/-TP machine offers a DIP switch
on the control board, which allows users to activate
additional features. There are 2 individual switches
integrated into this DIP switch ( Please see FIGURE B.3
below ).
Note:
For positive polarity welding connect the electrode cable
to the positive terminal and the work cable to the negative
terminal. For negative polarity welding, reverse the
electrode and work cables.
FIGURE B.3
REAR PANEL (PLEASE SEE FIGURE B.2).
16. INPUT BOX
This insulation box is used to cover the input connections
to provide insulation proection for operators.
WARNING
This insulation box must be secure before turning on
the main power supply.
17. INPUT CABLE HOLDING BRACKET
1. DIP SWITCH 1
This switch isn’t used for this machine.
2. DIP SWITCH 2
The DIP switch is for test mode. It should always be
OFF (down)for customers.
FAN
The fan will run without time delay once the machine
power is on.
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B-3
OPERATION
CONTROLS AND OPERATION FUNCTION
Machine Start-Up:
When the machine is turned ON an auto-test is executed:
during this test all the LEDs turn ON for a moment; at the
same time the displays shown “888888”. During the
start-up the fan is activated immediately.
B-3
Output Current Knob. Eg.: if the Output Current is set to
100A with the machine’s user interface Output Current
knob, the Remote command will adjust the output current
from a minimum of 5A to a maximum of 100A.
4-Step and Spot functions are invaild, remote command
adjustment could be prohibited in function menu. Please
refer to function menu setting for detailed operation.
THERMAL LED:
This indicator will turn on when the machine is
overheated and the output has been disabled
immediately to protect the machine and extend service
lifetime. This normally occurs when fan operation is stuck,
operating the machine beyond the duty cycle and output
rating, or using the machine under excesssively high
temperature(>40ºC) for a long time.
Leave the machine on to allow the internal components to
cool. When the indicator turns off, normal operation is
again possible.
Welding mode button:
Front Panel Indicators and Controls
POWER ON LED:
Indicate whether power input is normal
This button changes the welding modes of the machine:
REMOTE LED:
This indicator will turn on when a Remote command is
connected to the machine via the remote control
connector.
If a Remote command is connected to the machine, the
Output Current knob operates in two different modes:
STICK and TIG:
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

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Stick
Lift TIG
HF TIG
Spot TIG
(SMAW)
(GTAW)
(GTAW)
(GTAW)
Each mode is detailed in the Operating Instruction section.
Crater mode button:
STICK mode: with a Remote command connected the
output of the machine is ON. A Remote Amptrol are
allowed (remote command trigger is invalid in default
mode)
This button is used to select TIG trigger mode

2-Step

4-Step
Each mode is detailed in the Operating instruction section.
TIG mode: in Local and Remote mode the output of the
machine is OFF. A Trigger is necessary to enable the
output.
The Output Current range selectable from the Remote
command depends by the machine’s user interface
Parameter selection button:
The button is used to scroll the TIG welding parameters.
At each pressure the relevant LED is switched on and the
displays show the current value of the parameter. The
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OPERATION
B-4
B-4
user can modify this value by turning the Output Current
knob. If no change is made after a timeout (5s), the
display and LEDs will revert to the default state, where
the output current knob sets the output current.
next to the button is turned ON.
Range of low frequency mode:0.2Hz~20Hz,Range of
high frequency mode:10 Hz ~300 Hz。
Memory Button:
In the modes of
, this function will be
prohibited.
When Pulse is active is possible to set Duty cycle (%),
Frequency (Hz) and Background (%) parameters.
Parameter adjustment knob:
These two buttons allow to store (M) or recall (M)
TIG welding programs.10 memory records (P01 to P10)
are available for the user.
To store [or recall] a record:
Store
Recall
It is used to set the Output Current used during welding
This knob is also a multi-purpose command.
V & A Display:
Store:
1  10
The right meter displays the preset welding current (A)
before welding and the actual welding current during
welding, and the left meter shows the voltage (V) at the
output leads.It shows average value in pulsing mode.
Recall:
1  10
The left (V) Display can also show the following set of
characters:
Press twice:
Store
Recall
Otherwise store(recall) function can not be excuted
See “List of parameters and Factory stored programs”
section below for a complete list of factory stored
programs.
PREFLOW
ARC START
UPSLOPE
FREQUENCY
DUTY CYCLE
BACKGROUND
DOWNSLOPE
CRATER
POST FLOW
SPOT WELDING
ERROR
STORAGE
RECALL
WATER COOLED
REMOTE CONTROL
POTENTI0METER
Pulsing mode button:
In the modes of
, press pulsing this button to
turn the pulsing function ON. When activated, the LED
The right (A) Display can show parameters.
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OPERATION
B-5
Operating Instruction
Stick (SMAW) Welding
To select Stick welding:
Action
Visualization
Press MODE several times until the LED above lights up
B-5
welding functions are disabled and the machine is ready
for HF TIG welding. During the HF TIG mode, the TIG
arc is started by HF without pressing the electrode on the
work piece. The HF used for starting the TIG arc will
remain on for 5 seconds; if the arc is not started in this
time limit, the trigger sequence must be restarted.
HF Spot TIG (GTAW welding)
To select Spot TIG welding:
Action
Visualization
Function setting of stick(SMAW) welding
Action
Visualization
Press MODE several times until the LED above lights up
Press selection button, the LED above will light up in
turn
Relative LED lights up, Current display will show
parameters accordingly. Pre-set value can be changed by
parameter adjustment knob. See ”factory stored
programs and list of parameters” for parameters range.
When the mode button is in Spot TIG position, the
machine is ready for Spot TIG welding.
Action
At idle, before
welding
Press Sel
Voltage
In the stick mode
LED lights up, pre-set
valuedisabled if connected to remote command, pre-set
current will be set through remote command.
Note: when the time of short circuit between
electrode and work piece exceeds 5S, output will be
limited to 20A until electode disconnects with work
piece. Once disconnected, the machine will return to
normal welding state.
Lift TIG (GTAW welding)
To select Lift TIG welding:
Action
0.1  5.0
In HF Spot TIG mode, the arc is generated by highfrequency generator without touching the workpiece.
There are no upslope and downslope time, the trigger
and th e spot setting time together decide the welding
time.If the trigger is less than spot setting time, the
welding time depends on trigger time; otherwise, the
welding time is equal to the setting time.
HF Spot TIG only run in the 2-step mode.
Visualization
Tig Welding Sequences
At each pressure of the SEL button
the LEDs lights up in the following
order:
Press MODE several times until the LED above lights up
When the mode button is in the Lift TIG position, the stick
welding functions are disabled and the machine is ready
for Lift TIG welding.
Simple operation procedures for lift TIG is as follows:
1. Let ceramic nozzle on TIG torch lean against
workpiece;
2. Trigger the torch to make the machine output;
3. Rock the tungsten down to touch the workpiece,
then lift the tungsten slowly.If the arc starting is
ok, then the welding can be operated normally.
4. If the arc starting fails, then repeat the steps
above.
HF TIG (GTAW welding)
To select HF TIG welding:
Action
Current
Visualization
Press MODE several times until the LED above lights up
1
2
3
4
4a
4b
4d
5
6
7
S
A
S
A
%
Hz
A
S
A
S
When the mode button is in HF TIG position, the stick
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OPERATION
B-6
PREFLOW
In the TIG welding modes, this function controls the
shielding gas Preflow time. In Stick welding mode,
this is not used.
2 START CURRENT
This function controls the initial current when a TIG
welding is started.
3 UPSLOPE TIME
In the TIG welding modes, this function controls the
linear increase of the current from Start to Set
Current. When remote command connected, this is
not used.
4 SET CURRENT
This function is used to set the Output Current used
during welding.
4a DUTY CYCLE (PULSING ON-TIME)
When the pulse feature is ON, this function controls
the pulsing on-time.
4b FREQUENCY
When the pulse feature is ON, this function controls
the pulsing frequency.
4d BACKGROUND
When the pulse feature is ON, this function controls
the pulsing Background current.
5 DOWNSLOPE TIME
In the TIG welding modes, this function controls the
linear decrease of the current from Set to Crater
Current. When remote command connected, this is
not used.
6 CRATER
This function controls the final current value after
the Downslope.
7 POSTFLOW
In the TIG welding modes, this function controls the
shielding gas Postflow time.
B-6
1
1.
Press and hold the TIG torch trigger. The machine
will open the gas valve to start the flow of the
shielding gas. After the Pre flow time, to purge air
from the torch hose, the output of the machine is
turned ON. At this time the arc is started according
to the selected welding mode. After the arc is started
the output current will be increased and reached set
current at the end of upslope time.
2.
Release the TIG torch trigger. The machine will now
decrease the output current at downslope time, until
the Crater current is reached and the output of the
machine is turned OFF. The gas valve will remain
open to continue the flow of the shielding gas till post
flow time is over.
The new parameter value is automatically saved.
TIG Trigger Sequences
TIG welding can be done in either 2-step or 4-step mode.
The specific sequences of operation for the trigger modes
are explained below.
Symbols used:
Torch Button
Output Current
Gas Pre-flow
As shown above, it is possible to press and hold the TIG
torch trigger during downslope to quickly enter into Crater
current mode. When the TIG torch trigger is released, (if
release time is within downslope, then output will remain
crater current until downslope time is over) the output will
turn OFF and the Postflow time will start.
4-Step Trigger Sequence
To select 4-Step sequence:
Action
Gas
Visualization
Gas Post-flow
2-Step Trigger Sequence
To select 2-Step sequence:
Action
Press crater button until the LED above lights up
Visualization
With the 4-step trigger mode and a TIG welding mode
selected, the following welding sequence will occur.
Press crater button until the LED above lights up
With the 2-step trigger mode and a TIG welding mode
selected, the following welding sequence will occur.
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INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
OPERATION
B-7
B-7
Action
At idle, before
welding
Press Sel
button
Voltage
Current
0 1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press and hold the TIG torch trigger. The machine
will open the gas valve to start the flow of the
shielding gas. When the preflow time is over,
machine is in OCV mode, and then begin arc
starting and keep the output current at the value of
arc-starting current.
Release the TIG torch trigger to start the upslope
function. The output current will be increased at
upslope time, until the Welding current is reached.
Press and hold the TIG torch trigger. The machine
will now decrease the output current at downslope
time, until the Crater current is reached.
When the TIG torch trigger is released, the output of
the machine is turned OFF and the postflow time will
start. The gas valve will remain open to continue the
flow of the shielding gas till post flow time is over.
is used to open(1)or disable(0)water cooled
funtion.
2、
Action
At idle, before
welding
Press Sel
button
Voltage
Current
0 1
is used to open(0)or disable(1) remote funtion
in Stick mode
3、
As shown here, after the TIG torch trigger is quickly
pressed and released from step ( 3A), and press the
trigger during the downslope time, the output current
changes into the Crater current immediately. When the
trigger is released, the output will turn OFF.(at the
releasing point, the downslope time is not over, the output
current keeps the crater current for the left time. When
the downslope time is over, the machine is shut down)
Setup menu
To enter the Setup menu:
Action
At idle, before
welding
Press Sel
button
Voltage
Current
0 1
.
is used to open(0)or disable(1) remote
command adjustment
Error Codes:
If an error occurs below, output will be disabled
immediately and will restore normal state after error
solved.
Action
At idle, before welding
Press mode button
Error code table
Voltage
Relay faulty
301
302
Function menu contains
、
、
three sub items.
Under the function menu, the three sub items can be
switched cyclically, and to adjust the knob can change
the parameter values as below:
1、
303
304
The pre-charge phase is over, and the relay
is not on.
Overcurrent protection
The machine is overcurrent.
Over/under voltage protection
Line voltage too high or low
No water-cooling protection
No water in the water-cooling mode
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INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
OPERATION
B-8
B-8
Restore Factury Setting
Enter restore factury setting
1、
Action
At idle, before
welding
Press recall
buttton
Voltage
Current
1  10
2、
Action
At idle, before
welding
Press
Mode+Crater
Voltage
Current
11
+
3、
Press successive two times
factory setting finishes.
,then restorng
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INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
OPERATION
B-9
B-9
List of parameters and Factory Configuration program:
INVERTEC CC400-TP parameters
Displayed
parameter name
Mode
Selectable Value
Range
Displayed value
Parameter
step
Factory
Configuration
Preflow
0.1~15S
0.1S
0.5S
Current selected
value (s)
Start Current
0~100%
1
50%
Current selected
value (%)
Upslope
0~15S
0.1S
0.5S
Current selected
value(s)
Set Current
5~400A
1A
150A
Duty Cycle
5%~95%
1
50%
Current selected
value(A)
Current selected
value(%)
LF
0.2~20Hz
0.1Hz
2Hz
HF
10~300Hz
1Hz
30Hz
Background
0~100%
1
50%
Downslope
0~15S
0.1S
0.5S
Crater
0~100%
1
50%
Current selected
value(%)
Postflow
0.1~15S
0.1S
0.5S
Current selected
value(s)
Uo
Set Current
5~400A
1A
150A
Current selected
value(A)
---
Hot start
0~10
1
0
Current selected
value(proportion)
---
Arc force
0~10
1
5
Set Current
5~400A
1A
150A
Current selected
value(proportion)
Current selected
value(A)
Spot time
0.1~5S
0.1S
1S
Not
GTAW
Frequency
SMAW
SPOT TIG
Note:when restoring factory settings, the three subitems
、
、
Current selected
value (Hz)
Current selected
value (%)
Current selected
value (s)
Current selected
value(s)
will be set into 0.
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INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
TROUBLESHOOTING
C-1
CAUTION
C-1
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to
perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your local authorized Lincoln Electric
Field Service Facility for technical assistance.
Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed in the beginning and throughout this menual.
Problems (Symptoms)
Possible Areas of Misadjustment(s)
Recommended Course of Action
Output Problems
Major physical or electrical
damage is evident when the
sheet metal covers are removed.
Input breaker keeps tripping.
None
1.
2.
3.
Machine will not power up
(no lights, no fan, etc.).
1.
Thermal LED is lit.
1.
2.
Machine won’t weld, can’t get any
output.
1.
2.
Machine won’t produce full
output.
1.
2.
3.
General degradation of the weld
performance.
1.
2.
3.
The welding arc is not stable and
soft.
1.
Contact your local authorized
Lincoln Electric Field Service
facility for technical assistance.
Make certain that fuses or
breakers are properly sized.
See Installation section of this
manual for recommended
fuse and breaker sizes.
Welding procedure is drawing
too much output current, or duty
cycle is too high. Reduce
output current, duty cycle, or
both.
There is internal damage to
the power source.
Make certain that the power to
the CC400-T/ TP is energized
normally and is within the
operating range.
Check for proper fan operation.
(Fan should run whenever
output power is on.) Check for
material blocking intake or
exhaust louvers, or for
excessive dirt clogging cooling
channels in machine.
Machine may have been
operated above it’s duty cycle.
Error code appears.
If the Thermal LED is also lit, see
Thermal LED is Lit section.
Input voltage may be too low,
limiting output capability of the
power source.
Current or voltage display
meter is not properly
calibrated.
The welding cable and work
cable are too long, or their
across area art too small.
Check for electrode holding
problems, bad connections,
excessive loops in cabling, etc.
Verify weld mode is correct for
processes.
The power source may require
calibration.
Verify the proper polarity is being
used for the weld procedure.
INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
If there is internal damage,
contact an authorized Lincoln
Electric Service facility for
technical assistance.
Check if the main power switch
in control box of power cabin
is turned on.
Clear obstruction or repair fan.
After machine has cooled,
reduce load, duty cycle, or
both.
Refer to error code
Contact your local authorized
Lincoln Electric Field Service
facility for technical assistance.
Correct input voltage level.
Contact your local authorized
Lincoln Electric Field Service
facility for technical assistance.
Shorten welding cable and
work cable, or use bigger size
cables for reducing the voltage
drop on cables.
Contact an authorized Lincoln
Electric Service facility for
technical assistance.
If PC board in machine is at fault,
contact an authorized Lincoln
Rev. 08
TROUBLESHOOTING
C-2
CAUTION
C-2
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to
perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your local authorized Lincoln Electric
Field Service Facility for technical assistance.
Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed in the beginning and throughout this menual.
Problems (Symptoms)
Possible Areas of Misadjustment(s)
Recommended Course of Action
2. Check all electrode and work
Electric Service facility for
connections.
technical assistance.
3. Verify the parameters of output
current and shielding gas(TIG
mode) are proper for the welding
procedure.
4. Try to adjust arc force value on
control panel.
5. PC board in machine possibily at
fault.
Starting arc is difficult.
1. Verify the proper polarity is being
If PC board in machine is at fault,
used for the weld procedure.
contact an authorized Lincoln
2. Check all electrode and work
Electric Service facility for
connections.
technical assistance.
3. Verify the parameters of output
current and shielding gas(TIG
mode) are proper for the welding
procedure.
4. Try to adjust hot start value on
control panel.
5. PC board in machine possibily at
fault.
Remote output control not
1. Make sure the Local/Remote
functioning. The machine operates
switch is in the REMOTE position.
normally on LOCAL control.
2. The remote control device may be
faulty, Replace.
3. The Local/Remote switch must be
in the LOCAL position unless a
remote control device is attached
to the remote receptacle.
Poor stick electrode welding
1. Check for loose or faulty welding
performance. The arc pops out.
cables.
2. Is the electrode DRY? Try welding
with another electrode from a
If all recommended possible areas
different container. Make sure you of misadjustment have been
have the correct electrode for the
checked and the problem persists,
application.
contact your local Lincoln
3. Make sure the machine settings
Authorized Field Service Facility.
are correct for the weld process
being used.
Poor welding, weld setting drift, or
1.
Make sure the machine settings
output power is low.
are correct for the welding
process being used.
2.
Check machine performance on
LOCAL control. If OK then the
remote control device maybe
faulty. Check and replace.
3.
Check for loose or faulty welding
cables.
HF arc starting is difficult
Clean off the dust on the HF
1. Check if the high-frequency
generator.
generator is covered dust.
Re-adjust the discharging gap,
and make it ranging from 0.9mm
2. The discharging gap is too
to 1.0mm.
smaller.
Note: too bigger gap will make
3. The harnesses aren’t connected
the control circuit damaged.
tightly.
Reconnection.
4. The arc-striking coil is broken.
Note: the high voltage on the
high-frequency arc-striking
generator!
Rev. 08
INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
TROUBLESHOOTING
C-3
CAUTION
C-3
If for any reason you do not understand the test procedures or are unable to
perform the tests/repairs safely, contact your local authorized Lincoln Electric
Field Service Facility for technical assistance.
Observe all Safety Guidelines detailed in the beginning and throughout this menual.
Problems (Symptoms)
Possible Areas of Misadjustment(s)
Recommended Course of Action
contact your local Lincoln
Authorized Field Service Facility.
Rev. 08
INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
DIAGRAM
D-1
D-1
INVERTEC CC400-T/TP EXPORT WIRING SCHEMATIC
295
IGBT MODULE UPSIDE
IGBT MODULE DOWNSIDE
RV2
RV1
3
3
DIVIDER PANEL FRAME
209B
209A
RV3
LINE SWITCH
T1
209
209
U
L1
201
V
L2
202
W
L3
203
209B
201A
CY1
202A
C3
4
R1
R3
5
5
207B
MAIN TRANSFORMER
D1
221 C
207A
J40-1
INPUT RECTIFIER
J40-3
J40-4
J40-5
1
J40-6
22 1D
GN D
L
D2
201A
234
235
236
237
207B
207A
1
C2
T2
232
3
R2
231
FAN MOTOR
5
200
230
242
243
240
241
246
247
244
245
J9-1
J9-2
J8-1
J8-2
J6-1
J6-2
J7-1
J7-2
237
238
239
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
J5-5
237
236
J5-4
245
235
J5-3
244
234
J5-1
247
233
J1-10
246
232
J1-8
241
231
J1-9
240
230
J10-2
243
239
J10-1
242
J5-6
6
CASE BACK FRAME
2
2
202B
R4
7
7
4
2
OUTPUT
6
6
DIVIDER PANEL FRAME
294
ARC START COIL
+
_
290 291 292
C4
T4
R7
SHUNT
2 20 C
233
G1
293
1
207
203A
CY3
CY2
4
PRECHARGE BOARD
207
T3
C1
209A
7
8
AUXILIARY
TRANSFORMER
THERMOSTAT
(DIODES)
THERMOSTAT
(IGBT)
J2-1
290
J2-2
291
J1-6
292
xxxxxxx
xxxxxxx
225
+15V
226
224
J1-4
225
J1-5
DRIVE BOARD
S1
ON
1 2
J10-8
250
J1-2
251
J1-3
260
260A
HF ARC START BOARD
J10-4
1) RESERVED
261
261A
2) ON = TEST MODE;
OFF= NORMAL SETTING FOR CUSTOMER;
P
PRESSURE SWITCH
J3-3
J3-2
J3-1
J3-5
J3-4
B
E
J0-5
GND
A
J0-6
F
252
253
Black
Red
J4
C
D
24xAWG28
2
77
4
F
REMOTE CONNECTOR( MALE)
B-BLACK
G-GREEN
O-ORANGE
R-RED
U-BLUE
W-WHITE
Y-YELLOW
N- BROW N
COMPONENT VALUE
UNITS:
RESISTORS:
OHMS/WATTS
CAPACITORS:
MFD/VOLTS
75
J1M
A
B
E
D
LEAD COLORING CODE:
76
GAS VALVE
C
REMOTE CONNECTOR (FEMALE))
CONTROL BOARD
CONNECTOR PIN NUMBERS:
1 2 3
7
EXAMPLE: THIS IS PIN 7
0F CONNECTOR J5
14
8
1 2 3
J5
LATCH
VIEW OF CONNECTOR ON PC BOARD
ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS PER E1537.
8
ALL COMPONENTS VIEWED FROM REAR
R
A.04
G5964-20
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INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
PARTS LIST
E-1
E-1
INVERTEC CC 400-T/TP Figures
8
1
6
7
9
2
10
3
4
4
5
23
11
21
22
17
12
18
19
13
20
28
14
15
16
27
24
25
26
Rev. 08
INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
PARTS LIST
E-2
K60098-1
ITEM
INVERTEC CC 400-T
PART NUMBER
SWITCH COVER
S27016
LINE SWITCH
2
S26912-10
WATER NOZZLE
3
S26912-9
M22415-10
GAS NOZZLE
4
Parts List
PART DESCRIPTION
S27281
1
E-2
6
S28574-1
M20720-4
OUTPUT CONNECTOR
6 PIN AMPHENOL CONNECTOR
CABLE HOLDER A
7
M20720-5
CABLE HOLDER B
8
M20720-2
INPUT SUPPLY BOX
9
M22042-4
PRESSURE VALVE
10
SOLENOID VALVE
11
M22042-3
G6811-1
12
M22731-4
FAN
13
14
G7710-1
M24710-13
DRIVE BOARD
IGBT MODULES HEATSINK
15
S26194-2
SHUNT
16
L15759-2
17
M15454-21
MAIN TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLY
INPUT RECTIFIER
18
M25155-1
CHOKE
19
M25155-2
20
M22734-4
ARC START COIL
IGBT MODULE
21
M21756-11
INPUT RECTIFIER HEATSINK
22
M21437-15
S27175-1
AUXILIARY TRANSFORMER
RESISTOR WITH LEAD,250Ω,25W
OUTPUT DIODE
25
M15454-20
S28782-2
26
M24710-12
ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR
OUTPUT RECTIFIER HEATSINK
27
S29845
CONTROL BOARD ASSEMBLY(T)
28
G7975-1
HF BOARD ASSEMBLY
5
23
24
PRECHARGE BOARD
Rev. 08
INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
PARTS LIST
E-3
K60098-3
ITEM
INVERTEC CC 400-TP
PART NUMBER
SWITCH COVER
S27016
LINE SWITCH
2
S26912-10
WATER NOZZLE
3
S26912-9
M22415-10
GAS NOZZLE
4
Parts List
PART DESCRIPTION
S27281
1
E-3
6
S28574-1
M20720-4
OUTPUT CONNECTOR
6 PIN AMPHENOL CONNECTOR
CABLE HOLDER A
7
M20720-5
CABLE HOLDER B
8
M20720-2
INPUT SUPPLY BOX
9
M22042-4
PRESSURE VALVE
10
SOLENOID VALVE
11
M22042-3
G6811-1
12
M22731-4
FAN
13
14
G7710-1
M24710-13
DRIVE BOARD
IGBT MODULES HEATSINK
15
S26194-2
SHUNT
16
L15759-2
17
M15454-21
MAIN TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLY
INPUT RECTIFIER
18
M25155-1
CHOKE
19
M25155-2
20
M22734-4
ARC START COIL
IGBT MODULE
21
M21756-11
INPUT RECTIFIER HEATSINK
22
M21437-15
S27175-1
AUXILIARY TRANSFORMER
RESISTOR WITH LEAD,250Ω,25W
OUTPUT DIODE
25
M15454-20
S28782-3
26
M24710-12
ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR
OUTPUT RECTIFIER HEATSINK
27
S29846
CONTROL BOARD ASSEMBLY(TP)
28
G7975-1
HF BOARD ASSEMBLY
5
23
24
PRECHARGE BOARD
Rev. 08
INVERTEC® CC400-T/TP
F-1
NOTES
F-1
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No. 195, Lane 5008, Hu Tai Rd. Baoshan, Shanghai, PRC 201907
www.lincolnelectric.com.cn
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